It's important farmers have a set of yards in which neither they nor their animals get hurt. Over the past 20 years improvements in yard design and equipment has meant yards today are not only safer but much easier to operate.
Close observation as well as routine health and management procedures require well planned cattle yards. Not only will they make preventative health management easier but , pregnancy testing, implanting, controlling parasites, vaccinating, castrating and dehorning as well.
Good yards will not only help save money but even more importantly will help you prevent injury to both workers and cattle.
Stress in stock can reduce weight gain, cause quality defects and lower general health. Safe cattle handling however can minimise this risk.
The Cattlemaster range includes both permanent and portable yard systems which can be designed to suit any cattle handling requirement from five head to 1500.
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